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juveniles juveniles--people of this age in a case like this? you're a defense attorney. how difficult is it to defend it too. >> michael: okay, we're going to go to anonymous because we're having sound trouble with lou shapiro. we'll come back to you, lou. i want to ask you anonymous one of the reasons you're undercover is to help people who are harassed for this advocacy case. are you happy with the verdict today? >> of course i'm happy. i think justice was served. i still would like for them to be tried for adults. you do an adult crime do the adult time. all in all i think justice was served. i'm happy for her. i would like to see more, but they're going to be registered sex offenders for the rest of their lives. i'm happy about that. i think all in all she got justice. >> michael: she got the justice she wanted. does it end there k? there are other people who are under grand jury indictment. the victim's parents say they don't want to see it go any further. how do you feel about that? >> being there during the whole thing, i do know that when we heard about people getting immunity
as masked intruders killed alexander. she later claimed she did it in self defense. >> perhaps i should have readministerred the test. michael: this doctor who the prosecutor absolutely ripped was back on the stand today answering. >>s' questions close to 100 questions. that's legal to do in arizona. the prosecution has really gone after that expert witness. with us today to talk about this linda kenny baden a former criminal prosecutor, she's turned trial attorney and now focuses on clinical defense. when you see an expert on the other side like that, are you just drooling when you're sitting at the table. >> of course you are but the problem is that trials aren't a game and this is a death penalty case. that's why it's costing the taxpayers so much. i'm sure if a deal was offered for first degree murder, they probably would have done so. the jurors are just very interested in this case with 100 questions. they are looking to whether or not they want to kill her. i think they're looking ahead. i think they probably in their minds figured out that she did it intentionally and they're thinkin
in their restaurants, homes and telling them what food to eat, they sure don't tell them what self-defense fire arms to own, and he can't buy america. he is so reckless in terms of his comments on this whole gun issue. >> cenk: what i love is when political people tell us american people want this or that. let's look at the polls. 88% support background checks so wayne lapierre, you are totally wrong. american people want background checks. among gun owners 85% support background checks. they are not with you, they are against you, wayne lapierre. all right. now it's of course not just bloomberg who is opposed to wayne lapierre, there is now other groups that are also targeting this issue if you will, and there's a new ad out by ultraviolet and they are an interesting group. let me show you. >> about 2:00 in the morning was when he came in and he shot my daughter. >> my dad we think he may have been bipolar. when i was 16 in '95, my dad shot himself and died. >> my daughter was 39 weeks pregnant and just starting labor when she was shot in the back of the head. >> why so many p
and potential blindness. lawyers for the gitmo prisoners have sent a letter to u.s. defense center chuck hagel urging him to help end the mass hunger strike at gitmo. >> michael: colonel davis do you think these prisoners should continue to be held there at gitmo? >> no, i mean, for a variety of reasons. we're spending 25 times per year to keep them there than in federal prison. the majority of people have been cleared to transfer out of gitmo that we don't want to keep and it's a blight on our reputation. other countries around the world when we try to condemn them for some of their practices they say what about guantanamo. there is no interest in keeping the place open. >> michael: why is it still going? i'll ask you again, colonel davis, what happens? how does this continue to happen? >> we need leadership out of president obama. he said the right thing back in '09 when he signed the order saying that guantanamo was a blight on our reputation and it had to be closed. but then he lacked the leadership to follow through on his promise, a and we're here four years later. as david said, you hav
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